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Chinese Roswell Found in 1998

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posted on Jan, 6 2004 @ 10:14 AM

the crash landing 12,000 years ago of an alien spacecraft at Bayan Kara Ula, not far from Tibet on the border of Qinghai and Sichuan provinces in China. Did this forced landing really take place? Did the occupants of the spacecraft attempt, albeit unsuccessfully, to build a launch platform and resume their journey? Discoveries in China in 1998 seem to indicate the existence deep in the hinterland of that giant country--and near the region singled out by Hartwig Hausdorf--of just such a launch platform. Has the site of the Chinese Roswell actually been found?

At the foot of the mountain Baigong Shan stands a 50-60 meter tall metallic pyramid. Leading into the mountain are three triangular shaped caves, the two smaller have collapsed but the larger is still passable. Inside the larger cave a piece of pipe lies on the ground as well as another that is sunk into the earth.

Outside the caves and around the pyramid lie many pipes, pieces of metal, and strange stones. Some of the pipes run into the Salt Lake that is nearby to what means no one knows.

The location of this strange site is not in the middle of a busy city but rather in a remote comer of Qinghai province, 40 km from the nearest city. Could this be the remains of an ancient alien launch pad?

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